Julie Cooper is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science. Her research and teaching interests include early modern political theory (especially Hobbes and Spinoza); Jewish political thought and modern Jewish thought more generally; religion and politics; secularism, and contemporary critical theory. She is currently completing a book entitled Modesty and Dignity in Modern Political Theory.
PLSC 28700. Jewish Political Thought. Autumn 2007
PLSC 27910. Hobbes and Spinoza. Spring 2009
PLSC 36910. Secularism and its Discontents. Spring 2009